The Dock Museum

A modern museum built over an original Victorian Graving Dock, were one can explore the fascinating history of Barrow-in-Furness.

Next Ness

A small undisturbed area of wet woodlandand, a haven for birds.

Furness Abbey

The remains of an abbey founded by Stephen, later King of England, including much of the east end and west tower of the church, ornately decorated chapter house and cloister buildings.

South Walney

With stunning views across Morecambe bay, this shingle island reserve is full of interest and a fantastic place for bird watching. South Walney Nature Reserve is home to the only grey seal colony in Cumbria.

South Lakes Safari Zoo

A zoo dedicated to conservation of animals and the protection of their environment. General information, interactive zoo map, animal photos and descriptions.

Bardsea Beach

Bardsea beach has an area of shingle and seemingly endless sands on the edge of Morecambe Bay.

Walney Island Beach (West Shore)

West Shore Beach. Barrow in Furness, Cumbria. A long sandy beach backed by an expanse of dunes forming a nature reserve to the north.

Furness Building Society Stadium

Holker Street, also known as the Furness Building Society Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a sports stadium located in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, home to Barrow AFC.

Roan Head Beach

Roanhead beach is a sandy beach with large areas of sand dunes situated three miles north of Barrow-in-Furness. Strong currents make it unsuitable for swimming but the sand dunes and coastal scenery is very good.